Fujifilm Mirrorless Camera Roundup - 2022

28 February 2022

With their retro charm, compact size and incredible image performance, Fuji Mirrorless cameras are looked upon fondly by photographers of all skill levels. Today we take a look at some of our favourite models from the X-series to find out which one is right for you.

Fujifilm X-H2S

  • 26.2MP X-Trans Stacked BSI CMOS Sensor
  • Built-In 5 Axis Image Stabilisation
  • 6.2K Video Resolution
  • 40 Frames Per Second Continuous

The latest flagship offering from Fujifilm, this X-H2S takes giant strides forward in both video functionality and overall performance speed. With its updated X-Trans image sensor, which joins forces with a brand-new, high-powered X-Processor 5 engine, the X-H2S is capable of truly stunning image quality and beautiful 6K30p video recording.

Focusing is lightning fast and the camera includes excellent subject tracking performance, which means it is easy to enjoy the 40 frames per second continuous shooting. Blur-free shooting is on the cards, whether you are shooting in dim conditions or using one of Fuji's excellent telephoto zoom lenses, thanks to the 5-Axis Image Stabilisation system. The Fujifilm X-H2S is rugged and reliable with a magnesium alloy build and dual memory card slots, while a range of features makes this professional-level mirrorless camera ideal for vlogging purposes. This includes a heat-dissipating structure for increased recording times, a tilting and touch-sensitive LCD screen, headphone and microphone ports, and even 4K120p video recording for those wanting to experiment with slow-motion movies.

Fujifilm X-S10

  • 26.1MP APS-C X-Trans Sensor
  • 4K Video
  • Built-In 5-Axis Image Stabilisation
  • 20FPS Continuous Shooting

This Fujifilm X-S10 is portable, yet comfortable to hold, thanks to its well-designed grip. This camera impresses with its 26.1MP X-Trans sensor and built-in Stabilisation, as well as video-friendly features such as 4K video, slow-motion capabilities and a tilting LCD screen it is a great camera for vlogging.

For those that prefer eye-level composing, the Fuji X-S10 includes an electronic viewfinder, while sports enthusiasts will enjoy the fast AF system and 20 frames per second continuous shooting.

Fujifilm X-T30 II

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  • 26.1MP X-Trans CMOS Sensor
  • 4K Video
  • ISO range: 80-51200
  • 8 FPS Continuous Shooting
  • 3-inch, Tilting & Touch-Sensitive LCD Screen

    An exciting addition to Fujifilm's X-series range, the XT30 II offers a higher-resolution LCD screen, an improved auto shooting mode, plus better auto-focusing features in low-light environments when compared to its forerunners. It combines a portable and lightweight build with top-tier imaging quality, resulting in the perfect mirrorless camera for daily use and travel.

    Although very slim and weighing only 378 grams, the X-T30 II competes well with other models, thanks to its 26.1MP X-Trans CMOS 4 sensor and X-Processor Pro. This camera is ideal for enthusiasts and exceeds expectations with its physical dials for making key setting changes. Its inclusion of additional film simulations makes it a very popular choice, too.

    Fujifilm X-E4

    • 26.1MP APS-C X-Trans Sensor
    • 4K Video
    • Up To 30FPS Continuous Shooting
    • 180-degree Tilting LCD Screen

    Like the X-T30, the fresh and exciting X-E4 lacks a grip - it is in fact the most portable model of the bunch. This slim design makes the X-E4 suitable for simpler, automated shooting. Still, it packs a punch in imaging terms, with a 26.1MP sensor, 4K video recording, speedy continuous shooting and more.

    The LCD screen of this Mirrorless camera tilts 180-degrees, making it perfect for selfie-shooting as well as POV vlogs. The advanced 425-point AF system, which can lock onto a subject in the blink of an eye is great for video purposes, as well as making the most of the burst shooting on offer.

    Fujifilm X-T4

    • 26.1MP APS-C X-Trans Sensor
    • Built-In Image Stabilisation
    • 15FPS Continuous Shooting
    • Rugged, Weather-Sealed Build

    The Fujifilm X-T4 is one of the top-tier offerings of the Fuji X-Series. As well as featuring the latest and greatest features and undeniably excellent imaging performance, it is the toughest of the bunch with its magnesium alloy build and weather-sealing.


    We recommend this camera for the most demanding users with such extras as dual card slots, longer battery life and better suitability to sports shooting - the X-T4 features a speedy 425-point AF system, up to 15 frames per second continuous shooting, and a maximum shutter speed of 1/8000th of a second.

    Fujifilm X-T200

    • 24.2MP APS-C Sensor
    • Huge 3.5-inch vari-angle LCD touchscreen
    • 4K30p videos
    • 8FPS continuous shooting

    A lightweight camera that delights users who want to have a camera with them wherever they go, the X-T200 is a lighter but more feature-heavy redesign of the popular X-T100, weighing 80g less at only 370 grams. It has many compatible lenses for users who like to get creative with lenses and also features a new sensor and processor combo to not only improve image quality but also performance speed– an upgrade from its predecessor.

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    At the rear of this camera, there’s a huge 3.5-inch vari-angle LCD screen to make framing your compositions a breeze. It’s a touchscreen to guarantee ease of use, deeming it a great entry point to mirrorless cameras for photography lovers.

    Fujifilm X-Pro 3

    • 26.1MP X-Trans Sensor & X-Processor 4
    • 4K UHD/DCI Video
    • Rugged weather-sealed body
    • Unique hidden 180-degree tilting LCD screen
    • Advanced Hybrid Viewfinder

    For fans of Fuji’s X-Pro series cameras, the release of the X-Pro 3 was a bit of a moment. The series has always been loved by users who adore old film cameras but have entered the world of digital photography. And this newest release really thrills photographers of all levels and styles. A shutter speed dial is an option, and when paired with the physical aperture ring of some Fuji lenses, it allows an analogue-photography feel and performance.

    The X-Pro 3 goes one step further with its unique viewfinder-based LCD design and it features an X-trans sensor and processor combo found in Fuji’s recent high-end releases. We also love this mirrorless camera because it’s lightweight even though it’s packed with features and has extensive weather-sealing across the body.

    Start building your Fuji Mirrorless camera kit

    Whether you are a beginner looking for your first real camera, or a professional looking for a new portable camera kit, Fuji Mirrorless cameras should be on your radar.

    If a camera on this list has caught your eye, don’t forget to check out our guide to the best Fuji lenses, so you can take full advantage of your new camera’s unique qualities. Want to discuss your options? Head into your local Ted's store today.

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